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From the team that brought you the brilliant WE ARE MANY, now COUP 53 ! ... See MoreSee Less

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Friends, we have been quiet for a while but we are gearing up to make plans for a release in North America. We are raising funds to take the film and release it in all the cities in the US that took part in the historic 2003 demonstration. Watch this space. If you'd like to help, or have suggestions, please get in touch! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are looking for a highly experienced Adobe Premiere Pro expert to work as an assistant to Walter Murch on Coup 53, a theatrical feature documentary based in LONDON. You must have deep knowledge of the latest version of PP and ideally experience of features and/or documentaries. Working knowledge of FileMaker Pro 12 is a definite advantage.

An ability to mount and dismount a SPACE drive is also important. Organised and disciplined, ability to work well as part of a small team and generally being pleasant to have around are a must.

The job is paid and full time from June 2017 till February 2018. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work with an editor considered a master in his field on an important documentary.

The job description is very specific. Please apply only if you have the skills and experience necessary.

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Cinema has an unstoppable power to convince…And I suspect, as the years go by, it will become the only medium with which we can influence the world.

Robert Fisk, Journalist, Author, from ‘The Age of Warriors’

The story of the global anti-Iraq war movement of 2003 is a relatively unknown one – yet it is one that our society needs because there are profound lessons to learn, for both citizens and government alike.

It is a story full of fascinating connections and threads, and populated by many amazing people and movements which continue the anti-war struggle to the present day.

As We Are Many director, Amir Amirani says, ‘it is important that young people feel they have a stake in society, that they realise the power they have, both individually and collectively’.

The film shows us what this looks like. By understanding what has come before, We Are Many empowers viewers to learn more about how society is changed, and how they too can take part in making that change happen.”